Microsoft's WSL now supports systemd making the experience better for users. Learn more about it here.
You might be aware of the fact that Linus Torvalds used an Apple MacBook hardware to release Linux Kernel 5.19. But, the news wasn’t limited to one interesting observation. Linus Torvalds also mentioned at the end of the release announcement that he might call the next version upgrade
Three months after the last kernel release, Linux Kernel 5.19 is finally here. This exciting release brings plenty of improvements to every aspect of the kernel and opens up opportunities with new hardware. The most interesting part is that the Linux creator Linus Torvalds used an Apple MacBook, the
We have plenty of Linux distributions tailored for 32-bit systems. So, why do I want to discourage using 32-bit and upgrade to 64-bit Linux instead? There are a couple of reasons, and one of the biggest reasons came to the spotlight this week. 32-Bit: Ancient Hardware for E-Waste? Of course,
There are various open-source projects rewritten in Rust. Hence, it is not surprising that is being considered as the second language for Linux Kernel for a while now. A few days ago at The Linux Foundation’s Open-Source Summit, Linus Torvals mentioned that we should expect the trials for Rust
Linux Kernel 5.17 came loaded with support for next-gen hardware, including improvements for the Steam Deck. Not to forget, every Linux Kernel release is technically exciting, and Linux Kernel 5.18 is no exception. Linux Kernel 5.18: What’s New? This time around, we get to see improved
Fedora 36 is an impressive release with a list of interesting feature upgrades. While Fedora 35 included GNOME 41 and debuted with a new KDE variant (Fedora Kinoite) and several other technical changes, Fedora 36 is another interesting upgrade. Fedora 36 packs in GNOME 42 with new feature additions, and